- A 32-year-old man has inspired many online with his success
- Tloks Lepara started his own fast-food restaurant in his community
- His business has grown into a franchise that focusses on the economy in townships
Some people wait for life to give them opportunities while others create their own. Tloks Lepara is one of the latter.
The entrepreneur converted a township home into a restaurant and his business has just grown from there.
According to social media user, @mfundo__N, Lepara is a 32-year-old from Taung who has no tertiary qualification.
The tweep added the businessman was raised by a single parent who worked as a domestic helper.
Another social media user, @Radebe_merci, gushed about Lepara's hustle.
Her post read:
"It takes only a dream to change your life, Moja Chicken owner Letlhogonolo,, all he had was just a dream and today he runs a fast-growing franchise business focused in the township economy .
Take a look at her post below:
Another tweep, @MO_Modise, also shared Lepara's story on Twitter. He captioned the post:
"Even for @TloksLepara_ it all started as a dream then a step towards a dream. Now, he is the proud founder of Moja Chicken with several franchises around the country."
Take a look at his post below:
South Africans were inspired by Lepara's success story and they applauded him online.
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported on another inspiring man. Social media user, @ydb_ZN, started his own chicken farm with only R500 and he has turned it into a massive success already.
He took to social media to give other aspiring farmers advice and revealed he could afford to turn down a R100 000 investment because of his success.
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